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daniel baldwin, why he got a restraining order to keep his wife away from their two small children. [ male announcer ] things seem better with travelocity's best price guarantee. our girl's an architect. our boy's a genius. we are awesome parents! biddly-boop. [ male announcer ] if you find a lower rate on a room you've booked, we won't just match it. we'll give you $50 towards your next trip. [ gnome ] it's go time. >>> daniel baldwin is no strange with struggles with addiction. daniel says his wife was in a drunken rage and threatened to kill him. he filed a restraining order to keep her away from him and their two small children. daniel baldwin joins me now. welcome back to the show. this is all very depressing, i would imagine for you and your family. how has it come to this? >> well, you know, we're trying to recover ourselves emotionally and psychologically from some of the events that took place in the house that led to these papers being filed. but it wasn't, you know, a one off event. i mean you're right in assuming that there has been a steady build up in this. joann got
justice to people like kay caylee anthony. >> thank you, friend. >> coming up next, my interview daniel baldwin, why he got a restraining order to keep his wife away from their two small children. host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: do people use smartphones to do dumb things? man 1: send, that is the weekend. app grapgic: yeah dawg! man 2: allow me to crack...the bubbly! man 1: don't mind if i doozy. man 3: is a gentleman with a brostache invited over to this party? man 1: only if he's ready to rock! ♪ sfx: guitar and trumpet jam vo: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. ♪ let me make you smile ♪ let me do a few tricks ♪ some old and then some new tricks ♪ ♪ i'm very versatile ♪ so let me entertain you ♪ and we'll have a real good time ♪ [ male announcer ] with beats audio and flash, you can experience richer music and download movies straight to the new hp touchpad with webos. >>> daniel baldwin is no strange with struggles with addiction. daniel says his wife was in a drunken rage and threatened
. >> the police department started the investigation against daniel redd after the allegations surfaced. daniel redd was approaching retirement, but now he can spend the rest of his life in prison. there is some comfort in knowing a police officer is your neighbor. that all changed today. >> it is sad you have to call the cops on the cop >>reporter: his home on shamrock avenue were 41 -year-old daniel redd lit and allegedly operated a heroine organization became part of a federal investigation. daniel redd was indicted in a grand jury -- grand jury on what four other civilians and faces life in prison. >> i hope that sends a very powerful message that if you carry a gun and deal drugs, whether you are a street corner check your police officer, you will be the link the term >>reporter: u.s. attorney for maryland says the investigation was initiated by the baltimore police department dating back to january. the 51 page indictment describes daniel redd acting as the drug ringleader as well as abdul zakaria. zakaria and others would get the drugs from it supplier in africa. got one of the most shoc
of both parties are working through the weekend in an effort to hammer out a deal. danielle notingham is in washington with the latest. hi, danielle. >> reporter: hi, ann. and will is no time to play with -- there is no time to play with here. the president wanted to start fresh today, and he told the two top democrats and the two top republicans they need to sit down together and work out something that congress can start moving on at the start of the week. president obama called congressional leaders to the white house for an emergency meeting, a day after debt talks collapsed with house speaker john bohner. the talks lasted less than an hour and did not produce an immediate solution. both sides say they are committed to working on a bipartisan proposal to save the u.s. from its first government default in history. president obama used his weekly radio address to urge lawmakers to put their differences aside quickly. >> we can strengthen our economy and leave for our children a more secure future. or we can issue insults and demands and ultimatums at each other, withdraw to our part
for one of the most notorious women in america. >>> "cowboys and aliens." daniel craig and harrison ford two blockbuster action heroes, team up to make an out of this world western. tonight, why they say it's a crazy dream come true. >>> and pagan police. he's a police officer by day, a pagan druit by night. is this really religion? >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. she's not only out of jail, casey anthony is on the move tonight. the suv she ducked d to when she left the orange county jail this weekend took her to an small airport, sources say. it's unclear where she flew or even if she did fly. while casey anthony may have been acquitted two weeks ago of murder, how she'll fair in the court of public opinion is an entirely different matter. here's abc's jim avila for our series "crime and punishment." >> reporter: under cover of darkness, the country's most notorious not guilty murder suspect vanished from sight. leaving yet another perplexing question in her wake. what on earth is she going to do with her life now? >> i'm sure she'll -- it seems like she's in some real danger right n
in 2002 for the murder of daniel petroli jr. in bristow, virginia. that case involved a marijuana ring. today the judge said prosecutors denied wolf's constitutional due process rights during trial. during a ruling, wolf will likely serve his long prison sentence for gun and drug convictions. >>> social security in danger. the president says the program may collapse if lawmakers can't compromise. that's coming up next. plus, top stories trending on wusa9.com and our facebook page. stay with us. >>> back on 9 and here's a look at what's trending. there's a lot of interest in the story about the bishop o'connell football coach who died. steve tremble was a legend. he played for the terps and nfl. the second top trend is today's sweltering weather. the photo gallery of baby cheetahs at the national zoo and those photos are popular on our facebook page. and then there is a lively discussion on the story that broke late this afternoon. at issue, should parents of extremely obese children lose custody for not controlling their children's weight? be sure to watch 9news now at 7:00 as we debat
anywhere else. daniel radcliffe, emma watson, rupert grint, helen cotter, james and oliver phelps and tom felton. they're all here on the "larry king special." "harry potter: the final chapter." >> cut. great work. >> action! >>> i'm coming to you tonight from harry potter the exhibition here in new york city. you might recognize harry's griffin door dorm room, it's right behind me. you know, whether you're a muggle, a half blood or a full blown wizard, it may be hard to believe that one of hollywood's most successful film franchises ever is about to come to an end. from books to movies to a theme park in orlando? >> kvrnlgts rowling's story about a young wizard and his adventures has become a pop culture phenomenon. the statistics are staggering. over the past ten years the seven films have made some $6 billion. tonight you'll hear secrets from the set. you'll see how the wizarding world was brought to the big screen. we'll even show you an exclusive never-before-scene clip of the final movie just days before it open. first a look back on how it all began. >> be safe. be strong. >> repor
with sexually assaulting a student. barry simms is live outside county headquarters with that story. >> daniel montague was arrested july 7 and then released on bail. $20,000 bail. the company tells us he is a logger employed there. >> demonstrating his skills, daniel montagu climbed the red river gorge in kentucky. this video was shot this past spring. the 20-year-old is charged with sexually assaulting a minor he instructed inclining. the allegations claim from march through june of this year, montague and the girl were involved in a sexual relationship. he was 19 at the time. >> the victim said he came to raussen on four separate occasions. montague -- she went on to say that he knew how old she was and had talks about what they were doing was wrong. in june, 31-year-old michael lyons of rockville was charged with sex abuse of a minor, sexual solicitation of a minor and of multiple counts of abuse and assault. back victim, according to police, is 14 years old. -- that victim, according to police, is 14 years old. >> nothing inappropriate alleged to have occurred at any rock climbing locatio
bedroom and say is mommy going to kill us because she heard her mother say that. >> daniel baldwin exclusively. he tells the whole shocking story. this is "pierce morgan" tonight. >> no one is it more outraged by a verdict than nancy grace. and nancy grace joins me now. nancy, you followed the story probably more closely than anybody else. and you were pretty outraged by the verdict. at the same time, you reiterated your faith in the american justice system. so what do you think went wrong here? >> piers, number one, thank you for having me. i guess at this point, knowing that tot mom has walked free leaves more of a sense of extreme disappointment, a feeling of being let down because those of us that have devoted i would say my entire adult life to public service, well, sin the murder of my fiancee in 1979, to see a miscarriage of justice in a system that we hold so dear, i mean piers, the justice syst system -- to see it fail is deeply upsetting to me. add midst claims she is getting million dollar offers and plastic surgery and getting marriage proposals, it's upsetting. >> here
said it is dead in the water. danielle knottingham is in washington with the latest. good morning, danielle. is there any hope in sight? >> good morning, betty. it's hard to tell at this point. things have been back and forth all week on capitol hill. house speaker john boehner's measure will face an uphill battle today but he's pressing on despite threats from the white house and from democrats. speaker john boehner's debt ceiling plan is just hours away from its first key test. later today the house is expected to vote on the measure. it increases the nation's borrowing limit by up to $900 billion while slashing more than $900 billion in spending. >> we're in a very volatile situation. it's an important vote and every member needs to be confident the vote they place. >> reporter: momentum gains wednesday after boehner sharply urged fellow republicans to get in line. >> i've moved from lean no undecided to lean yes. >> reporter: still the house speaker can only afford to lose a couple dozen republicans if he wants the plan to pass. even if the measure clears the house it may not
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to pass the vote. danielle knottingham is in washington with the latest on this. good morning, danielle. >> good morning, betty. this was a major setback and embarrassment for house republicans. it was the second day they couldn't find enough votes to take action on their own legislation and now it has everyone here on capitol hill wondering what's going to happen next. house republicans will meet this morning to plot their next move in the debt ceiling showdown. >> we're going to keep working this thing until we find a way to pay the nation's bills and live within our means. >> reporter: last night after hours of trying to round up support, gop leaders were forced to call off a vote on speaker john boehner's plan. the proposal would raise the debt ceiling for six months and slash more than $900 billion in spending but some tea party members want deeper cuts. >> i simply cannot raise the debt ceiling if we're not going to fundamentally change the way we do business. >> reporter: lawmakers have four days before the government runs out of cash. in a statement released last night, house mi
-examine nancy on the casey anthony trial. also my exclusive interview with daniel baldwin. why he got a restraining order to keep his wife away from his two small children. >> you will never know i hope, piers, what it is like to have a 3 1/2-year-old child come into your bedroom and say, is mommy going to kill us? because she heard her mother say that. >> daniel baldwin. exclusively. he tells the whole shocking story. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >>> casey anthony is a free woman after the jury found her not guilty in the death of her 2-year-old daughter. no one is more outraged by that verdict than nancy grace. her new book is "death on the d list." she joins me now. nancy, you followed this story probably more closely than anybody else. and you were clearly pretty outraged by the verdict. at the same time, you reiterated your faith in the american justice system. so what do you think went wrong here? >> well, piers, number one thank you for having me. i guess that at this point, knowing that tot mom has walked free leaves more of a sense of extreme disappointment, a feeling of
footage never revealed and scenes you will not see anywhere else. >> daniel radcliffe, emma watson. watson.rupert grint, helena bonham carter robbie coltrane, james and oliver phelps and tom felton, they're all here on the larry king special, harry potter, "the final chapter." >> i'm coming to you from harry potter the exhibition in new york city. you might recognize the griffendor room, behind me. whether you're a muggle or full-blown wizard, it may be hard to believe one of hollywood's most successful franchises ever is about to come to an end, from books to movies to a theme park in orlando, j.k rowling's story about a young boy's stories and a wizard is a pop culture phenomenon. over the last ten years, seven films alone have made $6 billion. tonight, you'll hear secrets from the set. you'll see how the wizarding world was brought to the big screen. we'll even show you an exclusive never before seen clip of the final movie just days before it opens. but, first, a look back at how it all began. >> be safe, be strong. >> harry potter, the boy who lived, faces his biggest challenge yet. a
angeles. good morning, diana. >> reporter: peggy and daniel, good morning. everybody was so excited to welcome will and kate to canada. but let's cut right to the chase. we all cared about what kate was wearing. and let me tell you, she looked fabulous. royal fever has hit canada. thursday, prince william and princess catherine touched down at ottawa international airport. the couple were met by dignitaries and a little boy bearing flowers. on their first official overseas trip as a married couple. >> let me begin with heartfelt congratulations on your recent marriage. >> reporter: the two wed in late april at westminster abbey. their fairy tale wedding featured all the royal favorites. a breathtaking gown. carriage rides. and kisses on the balcony of buckingham palace for their adoring fans. the newly minted duke and duchess of cambridge hit the ground running in canada. they visited the national war memorial where they laid a wreath for the fallen. then they headed to ottawa city hall for their official welcome. their stay in canada will last a week and feature several events. nex
's the wedding of air force master sergeant chris and his bride danielle. in attendance, her two and his three which were. this -- and three children. >> it's not just about danielle and i coming together, but two families coming together. we have been through amazing tragedy. >> reporter: in danielle's bouquet of flowers, two photographs of spouses they lost in war. >> this is another way for me to have them with me and be a part of the day. >> reporter: air force technical sergeant ryan balmer was killed in iraq four years ago and he was 33. >> it was difficult and very, very scary to have to think about moving forward with it just being the three of us and me trying to figure out how to be a mom and a dad. >> reporter: 30-year-old jessica sweet also an air force technical sergeant died from leukemia two years ago, exposed to toxic smoke and burn pits in afghanistan. >> i'm very happy, very happy. this is part of a new life for me, rebirth after losing my wife. >> reporter: chris and danielle first met more than two years ago at a program for families of service members killed in iraq and af
love after the deepest kind of loss. chris sweet and danielle balmer have one big blended family on this independence day. a holiday that always carries special meaning for all of them. to see their smiles now, dann ye danielle and her two little ones and chris and his three, you'd never suspect how they got here. about four years ago danielle's husband was on patrol in iraq when i was killed by an ied. they was just about to celebrate their tenth anniversary. >> i was scared and didn't know what to do, but i wasn't thinking much past that day. >> reporter: about a year later, chris' wife jessica sweet was diagnosed with leukemia. >> i brought all the kids into jessica and i's bedroom and i told them. i told them that mommy had died, and she wasn't coming home. >> reporter: looking for support both widower and widow found themselves at an event for military families. >> it initially started out with us primarily talking about our loss and how it's affected us and our children. from that our relationship started. >> reporter: at the home they now share, there are constant reminder
instructor in howard county is accused of sexually assaulting one of his students. police say daniel montague is an assistant climbing coach where a former coach was accused of similar crimes just last month. barry sims has details. >> 21-year-old daniel monnat du was a part-time contractor. -- daniel montague was a part- time contractor. the company says he no longer works there. he was released on july summit on $25,000 bail. -- july 7 on $25,000 bail. >> in a video obtained from youtube, daniel montague climbs the red river gorge in kentucky. now the 21-year-old who was an assistant climbing coach in colombia is accused of sexually assaulting a minor he was teaching climbing skills to. according to documents in the court, montague penney's and the teenager were involved in sexual relations. he was 19 at the time. the victim talked about how he knew how old she was and how what they were doing was wrong. in june, 31-year-old michael lyons was charged with sexual abuse of a minor, sexual solicitation of a minor, multiple offenses and second- degree assault. that victim, according to police,
. >> all right. steve. >> i'm going to go with indiana and mitch daniels. i want to talk about the midwest, this is a state that it actually has been growing manufacturing jobs, under mr. daniels tutelage and he he balanced the budget, paul, without a penny of new taxes and it's a state that actually has a budget surplus right now and how many states would like to have that. and one last thing i'd like to say about mitch daniels, he he he did the thing that few governors had the courage to do, took on the teacher unions and put in tenure reforms and elevated not based on seniority, but based on performance, what a concept. >> well, i think that the other states which i would mention is andrew cuomo, the government of new york, with a democratic legislature in part and a republican state senate has really resisted what has been the tax and spend model, putting a property tax cap of 2% and cutting spending, without a tax increase, but here is the question, dan, politically. if these governors are so successful in policy terms, why are they so popular politicalically. most of the approval rat
be alive. daniel and peggy? >> that's good to keach the hope alive there. john, the survivors were in the water quite a long time. what condition were they actually in when they were rescued? >> reporter: well, it turns out they were sunburned but in good condition. the water was about 77 degrees so despite the fact that they wererehere for 16 hours, they were able to survive it. they were taken to clinics for checkups. some had cuts and bruises and one diabetic was taken to a naval hospital for a checkup in san felipe, but you could safely say that this is an incident they will never forget, whatever condition they're in. daniel and peggy? >> right, we'll continue to watch that story. john hendren live in than washington, thank you. >>> well, the prosecution in new york may be on shaky ground but there is new trouble for dominique strauss-kahn. this time in his native france. >> yeah, a young french writer says she will formally accuse the former international monetary fund chief of trying to rape her during aok interview i2 book interview in 2002. strauss-kahn denies that and say
. jennifer franciotti is live at city police headquarters with the charges did read -- daniel redd and four others are facing. police radioedd's can be heard in the background in some of the cell phone communications. according to the indictment, he and four others have been conspiring to distribute heroin spirit investigators alleged he did part of his drug dealing on the job in a police station parking lot. cell phone conversations between redd and four other suspects beginning in march. he tells one other to begin at what he calls the district. >> he discussed how to distribute drugs and where to distribute drugs. there are references to officer redd. uty.ging in drug do th >> he has been with the baltimore city police department since 1994. there was a tip about the alleged police misconduct. more on that coming up live at 6:30. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. city police make an arrest in connection of the shooting of two security guards. keymo martin faces charges of attempted murder for thursday night's shooting. one of the victims has been released from the hospi
to raise the debt limit. danielle knottingham is in washington with details. danielle, what is this all about? >> reporter: we're starting over again. right now everyone is upset with john boehner. they say the cuts in his package for raising the debt limit are not as advertised so he's getting heat from conservatives on capitol hill. democrats are declaring his legislation won't get through the senate, so house speaker john boehner is starting from square one. lawmakers will have to wait another day to vote on house speaker john boehner's debt ceiling plan. house members were supposed to take up the measure today, but boehner is scrambling to rewrite it after budget officials determined the proposal would not cut $1.2 trillion from the deficit as promised. >> we think there are real problems with this plan. >> reporter: the delay could give boehner more time to rally votes. some in his own party are demanding deeper cuts, but the plan still faces a dead end in the senate. >> democrats will not vote for it. democrats will not vote for it. democrats will not vote for it. >> reporter: the
to compromise on the major sticking points. danielle nottingham reports from the white house. >> reporter: leaders from both political parties insist they're ready to talk about the debt. >> i think the best way for us to reach a deal is for both sides to quit bashing each other and let's sit down, let's have a real proposal before us, let's hash it out. >> what bob corker just said ought to be the beginning of our conversation at the white house. that's exactly the attitude we need on both sides. >> reporter: the president has summoned congressional leaders to the white house thursday and says everyone should leave their ultimatums at the door. >> this will require both parties to get out of our comfort zones and both parties to agree on real compromise. >>> but so far, both sides are sticking to their positions. republicans want any debt limit increase to include $2.4 trillion in spending cuts. democrats agree with some of those cuts but they also want to end some tax breaks for corporations and wealthy americans which the g.o.p. opposes. >> the white house has dismissed the idea of a s
investigating. >> reporter: it's not what ashley daniels would have ever expected this morning. >> excuse my french, but what the [ bleep ] just happened. that scared the [ bleep ] out of me. i didn't know what was going on. >> reporter: she heard the moment officers fired their weapons. >> i heard this big pop. and i heard put your hands up in the air now. and then i heard a couple more shots and then it stopped. >> reporter: did you look out your window? >> no. i was scared. i wasn't going to the window. >> reporter: nearly every window in front of this townhome is broken and that prompted the a neighbor and a woman inside the townhome to call police. >> what is the exact investigation going on right now, but obviously whatever was occurring inside the home was significant. >> reporter: fairfax county police quickly arrived and saw the gunman standing inside the open garage. when the man approached the officer with the gun and refused to put it down, the officers fired. >> i knew there was gunshots. it was clear as day it was a gunshot. >> to see stuff like that right, you know, in your n
to try to end the debt showdown. i'm danielle nottingham. i'll have that story coming up. a fresh round of talks on a deal to raise the debt ceiling at the white house. this time, both sides are hinting they're open to a compromise. as danielle nottingham reports, that could lead to even bigger spending cuts. >> president obama took control of the debt debate arguing now is the time for lawmakers to do something big. the president proposes that congress agree to raise the nation's debt celling and slash $4 trillion in federal spending over the next decade. that's double the amount of cuts lawmakers originally considered. both parties are sending signals they're ready to compromise on some major issues. top aides to the president say he's ready to support big reductions in medicare and some cuts to social security. >> what we need to do is to have a balanced approach where everything is on the table. >> in return, republican leaders appear to be open to closing some tax loopholes and ending some federal subsidies that benefit big companies. >> everything's on the table except raising tax
guest the young actor daniel radcliffe. as you probably heard he's the star of the new flick harry potter and the half billion dollars in worldwide weekend gross. so exciting tonight. i found out something scientifically i didn't know was possible. a canadian can breed with a german. ( cheers and applause ) did you know that? ( cheers and applause ) i don't even know how they fit them together. they've created a new species a canad-erman. you know what? no fooling around. our top story tonight, of course, the debt ceiling and our ongoing segment. that is in no way hyperbolic. as america moves closer to just laying out a blanket in front of our garage and selling off all our old board games it has become clear that time for action is short. >> the president says he wants an agreement. >> president obama set a deadline. >> president obama now says it's decision time. >> jon: oh, snap, commander in chief. throwing down a deadline. on friday the president of the united states broke out his "i mean business" podium. >> we are obviously running out of time. so what i've said to the mem
. she read "solar storms." she said you don't know me, but i have danielle marie. we were so excited. there she is. danielle. >> host: taunya thunder horse? why do you call her jeannetfe in the book? >> guest: they made me change the names. >> host: for legal reasons? >> guest: some things even though people agreed to were cut. >> host: all right. now your daughter is living up just like you said off of the boundaries of the reservation. >> guest: right, she uses indian health service hospital. she is -- she has lived on the reservation and the -- kathy that adopted danielle and marie, bless her heart, she works at two different places. she works in kyle also. and she's very hard working woman. >> when you wrote the "the woman that watches over the world" tell me if i'm right, seems as if there was a series of essays then you got into your family and it was maybe 180 to 100 pages straightforward almost biographical writing, autobiographical writing. after you went back into the essay form. is that -- was that a correct interpretation of how you wrote that book? >> guest: no, i don't
sister's. diane was the lone survivor, but now her husband daniel says that others are to blame, too, including diane's brother, warren hans who lost his girls claiming that he is liable, because he owned the van she was driving and allowed the vehicle to be operated by one not competent. >> to sue another family member who has lost children of his the same event is cruel beyond words, and even if it has merit, he will lose anyway, because she was drunk and high. >> reporter: daniel shuler is even suing new york state saying that there were not enough signs on the parkway. >> she killed seven people, and if she were alive today, she would be in jail serving time for those murders and to sue now his family and the state of new york is just surprising. it is shocking to me. >> reporter: but daniel has always defended his wife. >> she is not an alcoholic, and my heart knows that something medically had to have happened. >> reporter: but his brother and sister-in-law believe she was careless and have filed their own lawsuit against the estate. they claim their daughters suffered from fea
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